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... didn't really have a great deal occurring during the day, but we found a nice little Irish pub in the evening, and needless to say in true Polly/Soniya style, Townsville wasn't quite as quiet as we first thought it might be! We then took a bus to Mission Beach where... Uhhh... We checked in to the hotel, dipped in the pool and realised there was nothing going on there. So we rearranged our coach and headed to Cairns earlier than ...
... and Helin held it together pretty well. We met our tandem buddies, and they strapped us into a harness. It was about a twenty minute bus ride to where we had to get the plane from. I got in last which meant I was right by the slightly open door, and would be first out. The plane was really cool, we had amazing views but it was very cramped as we were already strapped to our buddies and were pretty much sat on top of each other. When we reached 14,000ft it ...
... told that it doesn't feel like you're falling - I closed my eyes I was that scared and I can confirm that it definitely does feel like you're falling rapidly into a never ending ibis for the first few seconds until finally the guide taps you on the shoulder to indicate a 'safe' position has been obtained and you can open your arms up and start to 'enjoy' yourself. And after the horrible falling feeling has subsided, it's actually amazing. Granted, you do freak ...
... and ball room, along with a Myriad reflector ball hung from the ceiling - he imported this at half the cost of the total development. There were also refreshment rooms and extensive facilities encouraging people to spend the day swimming, playing tennis or bocce and eating. There was no power in the 1930's so Jose harnessed the power of the waterfall and installed his own hydro electric generator which ...
... wanted to see on our trip was Balgal Beach. Rollingstone was only a five minute drive away from Balgal so we decided to day trip it over there and check out the free camp. Our friends from the Sunday night had told us the overhanging trees meant that it wasn't a suitable site for caravans, but we decided to go and check it out for ourselves. We found there were a couple of sites that we could probably get into and toyed with the idea of coming over from ...